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. >> the house energy and commerce subcommittee on energy and power held a hearing yesterday on the federal energy regulatory commission's role and authority. acting chairman cheryl lafleur is set to testify a long with the commission's three commissioners. this hearing lasted a little over two hours. >> i would like to call hearing to order this morning. we are going to be evaluating the role of ferc and a changing energy landscape, and i'm delighted that the commissioners at ferc are with us today. we appreciate very much you being here. i certainly initiative would like to congratulate cheryl lafleur who has been appointed the acting director of ferc, and i enjoyed our meeting yesterday, ms. lafleur, and we look forward to working with you on many issues facing our country as we adjust to this changing landscape that we all are very much involved in. i would say that i think that transcending issue that certainly encompasses everything we're talking about today does relate to the way the changing landscape of energy in america. with this low price natural gas, we see a transformation fro
to testify. as i acknowledged there is a significant change occurring on the energy landscape. the operation in america has experienced only a modest incremental change over the last decades yet in recent years the development of new technology is bringing much more rapid change to the system that can't be disruptive. i think embracing these changes will allow a much more efficient utilization of energy resources. the challenge before us is to enable the system to be more efficient through the utilization of technology and foster the development of a diverse set of competitive energy resources while at the same time and sure we have the power and reasonable rates for consumers. as a result of the technology we are experiencing a supply of natural gas and resulting gas prices at the lowest since 2002. this is changing the economics of electric generation resulting the retirement of older and less efficient units and most recently some nuclear plants. the generation being built is primarily combined gas plants, wind and solar generation. this appears likely to continue. driven by a significant
of credit is right, but the government capping energy bills is communism? >> i feel like one of those radio hosts who say, "and your complaint is, caller, exactly?" we are taking action, but they did not. we are doing the right thing. he should stand up and congratulate us. he wants to turn to energy, so let me turn specifically to that. the point is, we do not have control of the international price of gas, so we need more competition to get profits down and roll back the costs of regulation to get prices down. that is a proper energy policy. we know his version of intervention -- take money off the co-op and don't ask any questions. >> here is the reality. this is not a minor policy adjustment -- it is an intellectual collapse of the government's position. for two months, they have been saying that if we take action to intervene in markets, it is back to the 1970's, it is marxism, but now they realise that they are on the wrong side of public opinion. that is the reality. on energy, the prime minister must realise -- >> order. we will get through question time, however long it takes. i ap
policy and rising energy prices. as the session began, the deputy prime minister offered condolences to those who died in a helicopter crash in glasgow. this is about 35 minutes. >> order, questions for the prime minister, julie elliott. asked to apply -- i have been asked to apply -- as i was saying, i have been asked to reply on behalf of my rifle friend, the prime minister, who has been visiting china. the whole house wishes to join me in offering condolences to the family and friends of those who have been killed following the helicopter crashed in glasgow on friday evening. our thoughts also with those who are injured at this difficult time. yesterday andsite i would like to pay tribute on behalf of the whole house to the outstanding response and bravery of all the emergency services involved in what were extremely demanding circumstances. this morning, i had a meeting with my ministerial colleagues and others. i shall have further such meetings later today. >> may i associate myself with the comments made by the deputy prime minister after the very tragic events in glasgow. und
they are energy onll their opel. timing is everything. mustang in, chevrolet out. >> breaking on the same day. mark, thank you very much indeed. let's move on. maintaining momentum, george deliver a set to statement as britain but recovery strengthens. what do businesses want to hear from him? we are going to find out when we come back. ♪ >> welcome back to "the pulse" live from bloomberg television. >> we need to cover the markets now. jonathan ferro, over to you. words, dead flat. these markets right now, no action on the cac 40. the dax giving 1/10 of one percent. the ftse 100 giving us pretty much nothing after four days of losses. look at some of the levels. up 10% on the year. a little bit of cautiousness creeping in. -- not outsidete the realm of possibility that the fed could reduce stimulus. that debate will be strengthened by the payrolls number. bond market,t the the prospect of the fed buying less treasuries playing into higher u.s. treasury yields on the 10 year. 2.8%, that one near highs for the year. check out fx. look at the euro pound over the last early days. down against
the courts from romania where police have forcibly from new and improved image is from the last energy giant chevron was to pace the stock tester ending. well i can tell you i can beneath it. it wasn't until i can tell you it would have to be because i was in that connection covering that story when these contestants performing he maintained around that site can be said to me that they would fight to the exact term for neat ideas for hiking and taking pains me heaps. ask us the week we didn't matter to them. no one would hope to stop them. even if it means pain with an eye. if you want to send the economy will die of them won't give up until the outcome frank a romanian second edition the uk as well people here aren't immune to add amendments. we collect protests taking place in crates in manchester a company called high class is supposed to start exploring trade training and we made a protest that has been trying to look where ethan went to play trucks from. i am finding the contests i think this is just one. taking that i've test while but this company is supposed to be active. lol well th
tinkering? >> absolutely. the labour party is capping energy bills. the government has its own ridiculous gimmicks. i'll of this is bad for energy policy. it is a long-term regulatory framework that favors companies. we are not giving -- we're not getting that and, instead, we are getting more gimmicks. this is not what the country needs in the medium and long- term. we need energy policy and housing policy. but you would like to see that canceled. >> i would. suffered aonomy has serious problem with housing .rices they have been too unstable. and it ismore houses not be schemes that have an impact of pushing up prices. >> will have to leave it there. back to you in the studio. sparring match between him and the shopping. back to you. >> iq so much. companies financial are not allowed to do transactions in bitcoins. that is coming up next. >> welcome back. has andcentral bank financial institutions from handling bitcoin transactions. currencyot think the has a real meaning and a legal status as a currency. we spoke to alan greenspan and he said that the currency doesn't make sense to him.
of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. >> i put my personal information on the website when i was trying to look for information and i was very confident. stuart: is it secure? >> i was confident. >> is it secure? >> i don't run it today. >> that was esekial emanuel one of the architects of it on the program yesterday. he would not answer the question, he asked him three times. but last night on hannity we got an answer from one of the hackers who tested the security of the site. >> if you were to rate on a scale one to ten amazon in terms of their securitiment ten being the best and greatest security. >> i would say amazon does a great job. probably a ten. what would you rate healthcare.gov. >> about a one or two from a security perspective. stuart: oh, the obamacare website security emerging as a key issue today. in the next hour, the top trial lawyer in the country weighs in. w
of ontario is turning it's back on a major source of energy. it's shutting down it's last cole powecoal powered energy. >> this generation center will soon close. what comes out of the towering chimneys prompted a change in policy. by early next year a whole new mix will power ontario. >> it's about 50% nuclear. it's about 25% hydro. it's about 15% gas, and the rest is a mix of wind, solar, bio mass, that kind of thing. >> reporter: just an illustration of an era ending here. once this area had two million tons of coal powered high. and now this just may power its future. government encouraged private eninvesters to build hundreds of wind turbines. it has consumers longing for the days of coal. >> i'm all for keeping the air clean, but wind is never going to replace what coal could produce, and it's just so costly. >> as canada's manufacturing heartland ontario needs power. but soaring electricity bills discourage investment. the switch from coal to cleaner energy could hurt an economy still recovering from the last recession. >> coal does have emissions, and there are important issues,
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nearly 250,000 jobs here. through all of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. >>> right now, it's time for the executive edge. this is our daily focus on giving business leaders a leg up. microsoft moves to assure international business customers on spying. the technology giant says it has never turned over any data like this under the foreign intelligence service act and cannot believe the authorities are entitled to the information if it is stored abroad. they're going to be encryptel a lot more information. there's the story about how authorities were getting around it by tapping into the weak links. i know google and yahoo! have recently moved up to encrypt that data. >> i read this and microsoft, i think they need to come down on the side of their xhrs versus the government, but i wonder how really serious they are. >> the government has put th in. >> but i think everything here is t
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are saying -- seeing better opportunities. >> opportunities might be an energy. julie has been looking at the supply and demand issues with energy. bloombergm at industries has been looking at this their case -- bear case. it is not bode to offer prices. if you look at a number of different sources -- supply and great and demand in green, the estimates going forward in 2014 etc. he iea, opec, it looks like supply could outstrip demand. points to a little bit of a faltering in the chinese economy, which accounts global demand, as well as an abatement of the geopolitical risks that have been propping up oil prices this year. >> is that something you are pricing in? >> we take that into consideration but edge is a long-term investor and we are focused on this move towards energy independence in the u.s. there are opportunities to be at in this space. it has been underperforming because of the supply and demand issues. we use that as a buying opportunity. >> jill, thank you for joining us. coming up, bloomberg has uncovered a hidden billionaire. haulhead of you all -- u- has paid a heavy p
came out of the book, it had so much energy. forget about the christmas parties. what is the mood at our major banks? can they make money next year? and if they can't, the answer is, more layoffs. thethere 950 pages of volcker rule, 950 layoffs in america? meredith whitney has it right? disaggregating, do we start seeing the separation and the reversal of the 30 year trend from aggregation of -- >> to partnership -- >> to partnerships, spinning off and creating value by disaggregating. over time i think it will -- we will be seeing it. banks being forced out of commodities. that could change early next year when the fed considers whether or not to allow them in and pay a surcharge. but the top line opportunities are not there. if you are 1/7 the size of the u.s. economy without a lot of leverage it is hard to grow faster -- >> 950 pages with a lot of layoffs. i think there will be a lot of hiring an legal and compliance. >> i think they are already there. but you have to give more people on board to interpret things like market-making. >> absolutely. >> shadow banking, which you c
and gas, it reinforces this issue. the country is spending less on imported energy." you can read the full story on bloomberg's website. the front page of "the pittsburgh post-gazette" -- a look at some of the victims from one year ago and a story that will likely get a lot of attention in the week ahead. this is from "the detroit free press" -- you can get more information by logging on to freep.com. next is robert from massachusetts. decline andre in the reason is because we, as a viewed -- when the world our opinion not to go to war, we would not go with our allies. we are ia country that has of thed because one world sees our moral fabric has declined, that is a decline any way. when bush stole the election world looked the --it is not a has way we go about the world. said we havellers the most disrespected presidents. how does the worldview that? it is a holy mentality. then you look at what happened in wall street, the greed that is going on. this is all that. we are meddling in too many wars. these are the kinds of declines that the country must look at. we are too divided. is theeb
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on public spending, some of that detail is going to be heard, it's going to be changes to energy prices, it's going to be changes to possibly some of their corporation tax, a freeze on business rates, but essentially it's going to away fiscally neutral budget with a tone saying tax cuts, they may kot come in the future, but not until we've secured recovery. we will have, however, gdp revisions up towards. the uk economy is booming. some experts are saying that the uk could be the most successful economy within the fw7 nations by the end of the year. with us here to discuss that further is steve radially, director of policy at trade manufacturing body eef. steve, finally, do we have a balanced recovery in the uk? we had positive manufacturing this week and the survey vague that is going to continue. could it be the right kind of recovery? >> well, the news is certainly looking better, but we're still below where we were before the recession in the economy overall in manufacturing. we're going to see january rebalancing, more investment, and more exports. that's what we're hoping today's autu
mandela devoted his energies towards a bitter world. pierce, changed a country, continent, a world, not bad for 59 years. i go back to my high school years when they were trying to get all the major conglomerates >> everyone has their own sort of memories of nelson mandela. we'll have more on this on "morning joe" which starts right now. ♪ ordinary love >> i build a society in which all both black and white can walk tall without any fear in their hearts. assured of their right to human dignity, a rainbow nation at
the energy of a person. he has been a president before. amazing what happens in the minds of people. and for that matter, into the world. >> central to the success of the negotiation process that led to a peaceful transfer of power, was nelson mandela's insistence that there need be no losers, just good winners. >> we were not capitulating. you do not cap ittual late and surrender when you do the right thing. you libberate it. that's what you do. it was not a capitulation. >> and a man who said he was liberated quotes from a statement nelson mandela made during his trial all those years >> i have challenged the idea of a democratic and free society. that all persons live together in harmony and equal opportunity. and complete it by saying it is an ideal which i hope to live for. and achieve. but if needs be it is an ideal for which i am prepared to die. not white dom nigsar black domination, it was the balance that enabled him to see it was in the interests of this country that the black leads the black and the whites lead the black. that is nelson mandela. that is his legacy. that
carter said he liked taking cold showers in the morning to which ronald reagan during the whole energy crisis, ronald reagan's only comment was, a man who will tell you he enjoys taking a cold shower will lie about anything. [laughter] but guess what? you laugh, right? that's the idea. all these conservatives say reagan, reagan. guess what? year was the genus of ronald reagan. he was conservative but he was moderate temperamentally. he was a hero to the right and he was friends with tip o'neill and yes he was friends with tip o'neill. tip o'neill sunset the only thing ronald reagan and tip o'neal hated more than each other's philosophy was getting nothing done in washington. they had a hard and fast rule. we are going to fight like hell all day and then at six at likely become friends. they were church or their word. ronald reagan used that not just for his advantage but for the country's advantage. nearly 241 marines were killed in beirut on that terrible sunday back in the early 1980s. all the democrats were called together by tip o'neill. richard reeves writes about this in his book
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on that. have a lot of married couples and free school meals for kids. of course, the tapering with energy -- what will the impact be? [laughter] >> we would not want you to be chilly. that was manus cranny live from westminster. we will bring you a speech -- osborne's speech live. >> the ecb will publish its decision following last month's surprise rate cut. focus will be on mario draghi. here witherro is details. >> it is hard to follow manus cranny. [laughter] let's talk about these forecast. a reason many people thought they would cut a rate this month and not last month. the rate cut would come with the company forecast. what we will get is something as bright as the u.k.'s forecast. they currently predict one percent growth for next year at inflation is at 1.3%. that is well below the 2% target. it is important. it might sound a long way off. we know that dally on swift guidance -- dalliance on guidance -- you might get some color on that. >> and deflation, is that justified? we had had a bit of a kick up. if you look at october numbers, inflation was below that of japan's. the about
the wise job difficult. when the major difference is that tiny delivered there used to cut energy to try to live remember how to use their cars and a packet. it often means of delivery man the driver on the most corrupt city. most of ours in each of the job involves driving recklessly parking illegally in getting into acting. it all comes to the extent of the dry for the delivery company does or in person at all. this can also be a problem for the personal well being. we don't get benefits like health care. and for this post and the vehicle. all the packages and the vehicle can be delayed. they don't give money back for most of any one trade the pick of the job. the social welfare for employees cannot be guaranteed to put in china according to labor daily over half of china's did not have basic employment sure and put him down and magical and unemployment chart paper by their place. will the health fund is not covered by french company. he expressed industry. like market. some companies have regulations forcing the painted post walter fun and for employees when the postman. i went to bra
in the atlantic division. >> we have a lot of energy spent in the last few days but it was really appreciated gesture from the organization and the fans and it's extremely humbling. >> reporter: and they beat the hurricanes 3-2 right off the top and from there they sored to 2-0 first period advantage and carolina through a medical in second and final score, 3-2 vancouver. football and we begin in argentina and he narrowly missed the clinch on sunday and needed victory and so it was a draw and each time he was denied by the keeper. and they kept hopes alive of winning the title despite a man down and 2-1 lead. and the keeper made a huge, error in judgment and took advantage and did equalize and lost a player but 2-2 result keeps them in the running for the initial title. barcelona lead in the spanish league is to the end without the one who was sidelined and one 1-0 after the second half strike. the level of points in madrid is at the top of the spanish grid. and top from goal difference and rail three and three points behind and up to fourth. in italy champions ended the weekend top of syria
. -- wings to a 4-2 victory. >> a lot of energy has been spent in the last few days. but i was really appreciate the gesture from the organization and the fans. and it's extremely humbling. >> ski news for you. axel spindle of norway has won the super-g race for the third time in a year. time of 1 minute 28.53 seconds. to finish .24 seconds ahead of mattias maya in second. more stories on our website, aljazeera.com/forward. >>> that's it for us, thanks for watching. more news on al jazeera very shortly. i'm folly bah thibault. more news shortly. >> welcome to al jazeera america, i'm stephanie sy. here are the stories we're following. the train in new york city, killing four people. >>> is something else ailing obamacare? >>> taxing online sales. the supreme court has its say. >>> federal investigators are now looking at the black boxes of a train that derailed in new york city on sunday. they want to know what caused
and energy prices. peter is still with us. helia, how important is this, do you think, politically and economically? >> well, you would have the government would say danny alexander would come up and say this is a sign of confidence in the market. but most of our viewers will say it sounds kind of familiar because just a couple years ago, we had the pension infrastructure platform which was supposedly a pledge from pension funds to put 20 billion pounds into infrastructure projects in the uk. and it only attracted 1 billion. solo today we have another commitment, this time from insurance funds putting in 20 billion over the next five years, the question really is is the government doing enough to allow this money to go to work? are they putting in the right guarantees that allow firms like insurance firms, pension funds to structure the investment in the way that they want? remember, this is a 375 billion pound infrastructure plan in the uk. that really hasn't changed much in the last couple of years. so i think the devil is in the detail on this one been. >> peter, what your thoug
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being at least stimulis with russia and they depend on russia for their energy supply. they depend on russia for their trade. i wonder what they'll be thinking about the toppling of lenin. it's a symbolic thing, and it will give the opposition, those who are staying out in these freezing temperatures tonight and others going home thinking, i'm ready to come back has next weekend in equal numbers to show their continues support for this movement. so far not showing any signs of running out of steam. lau laura. >> indeed, and very impressive in these freezing temperatures. it looks very cold. reporting live from kiev there. >>> now, the president of the central african republic says his men will stop fighting and return to their stations by monday. this comes after days of fighting between rival militias that have killed 400 people in the capital alone. >> translator: tomorrow morning everyone will be in their barracks leaving african regional peacekeepers, police and soldiers to patrol. there are allegations that i can't control my men. those who aren't with me, how can i control th
guy, right? i would want to thank don begin for his leadership and his energy and all he is doing to really promote microenterprise and build the field and build opportunities are americans to create jobs. so let's thank don again. [applause] >> and now it's my pleasure to quickly introduce our panel. have a really terrific panel for you again. we do have materials for you so i'm just going to try to quickly help you match names and faces in case you don't know everybody. next to me is my colleague joyce klein, who is our director of the field program at the aspen institute, and she will be moderating our panel today. and to her right, your left, if i'm getting this correct, is elaine edgcomb who was the leader in the field for many years and is now our advisor and where happy to have you back with us today. next we have ida rademacher. were happy to have her back with us today. she is chief program officer for economic development. next, elizabeth kregor, director and clinic on entrepreneurship and lecturer on law at the university of chicago. and next we have connie evans who is
. something like thyroid disease is a problem where you have a lot of energy, you don't feel fatigue and you have high thaoeur -- thyroid. >> i think what i'm hearing is there are symptoms which could indicate that something is wrong. >> look for changes in your lifestyle. change. am i sleeping more than usual? am i sleeping less than usual? is my appetite greater hahn usual? is my appetite less than usual? am i gaining weight? am i losing weight? even if you're trying to lose weight and you're suddenly losing more than you're trying to lose, see your doctor. physicians know how to go after stuff like this. change in weight, change in energy level, change in sleep pattern. i know my viewers are all getting too little sleep. i want them to get more. but if they suddenly don't need the sleep, it could be because there is a big problem. we have to look for invisible killers like this one and this time it is a very happy ending hopefulfully. >> it could save your life. thank you, dr. segal. next on the rundown, martin bashir resigns after making disgusting comments about sarah palin. but why did
this power plant caproduce enough energy for about 600,000 homes. generatingelectricity tr and reliable, with fewer emsions-- itatters. ♪ >>> we're back at 7:51. let's check in with carson. what are you doing over there? >> just takin notes. >> working hard. >> we were enjoying the twitter interview that matt had with the o and he mentioned the women he would like to see come to twitter. you haveeen sending us yours too. george clooney not on twitter yet. brian williams i'tn twitter. >> he is on it but he doesn't tweet. >> people want him to tweet more. >> steven king was one of the good ones. >> that's disturbing. >> keep ose coming. also want to mention the orange om awards, a the orangies. >> i don like that name. >> the window closes today at no eastern. let's took at the nominees for the orangies. >> man, you are e candy. >> it's in the -- a bun -- ♪ what does the fox say ♪ erybody move, move ♪ [ music playing ] >> it' the orangies everybody. vote at today.com. do that and we'll see you in a little bit guys. >> all right, carson. thanks. >> coming up, more about the la's kn
plant can produce enough energy for about 600,000 homes. generating electricity that's cleaner and reliable, with fewer emissions-- it matters. ♪ medicare open enrollment.gain. time to compare plans and costs. you don't have to make changes. but it never hurts to see if you can find better coverage, save money, or both. and check out the preventive benefits you get after the health care law. open enrollment ends december 7th. so now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare . >>> good morning. tomorrow, sonoma county supervisors are expected to dtsds whether or not to build a memorial park in honor of andy lopez. he was shot to death in october by police. bart's two largest unions could file suit this week over the disputed new contract with bart. they're upset at the board of directors in their recent vote to remove the family medical leave provision from the agreed upon contract and did you feel them? two early morning quakes in the gilroy area. the first, a 2.5, struck at 1:30. no reports of damage or injuries in either earthquake. let's check in with i didn't
especially when the firemen that day and age when people talk about energy conservation. do you agree with such a perspective that there's some cities in taiwan it just me kneel over and over and you know too much light of that during harvesting at mentioned before adding the love of the bed in my case becoming fast the money we haven't really thought about. ok how much we can. um from the uss plane appeared to be that much money in but i think sir it is time to start asking questions and i think of you and not just the professional mom if we actually can sense the like. we know well how much you how much we don't the company we reuse my equal week. we are in the dark so we can feel safer. i'm like things come to think about how many have him back into squares and their subsidies for example hong kong in asia there are now becoming more aware of all the new line eight and the things that go on that night felt making the apartment pool as friendly as some of the residents will have a hard time falling asleep. i hope taiwan was not going to that the british actually the guy who stands u
to not only profit, but also run some of the royal and gas fields in mexico. protestors focus their energy on the senate where the reform package was being debated. it is surrounded by car cased and there is a heavy police presence. clearly a tense debate is going on in mexico. it looks likely to pass later in the week. we'll see protests gather in size as this goes on. >> if mexico passes that bill, it would be the most drastic overhaul in its oil industry in 75 years. here's what's making business news this morning, the world's biggest airline free for takeoff, american airlines and u.s. airways merging. four carriers now control 4/5 of the u.s. air market. >> we could soon get hint about when the fed could ease back on oh its stimulus program. friday's encouraging jobs report is expected for the fed to pull back. >> they don't want to do anything at-bat, because we've had a few artificial dawns already in the course of this recovery. if you look at one month's job picture and say things are great now, let's ease off a bit, you have the risk of plunging the nation right back into recessi
.7% was because of a fall in energy prices. most people i speak to, if you cut their gas bills by, say, 10%, they're not going to be worried about deflation, they'll spend the extra money. actually in the short term that movement in price could actually stimulate spending rather than cause worries about deflation. now over the medium term, of course, as employers say the deflation is coming down, wage cuts will be more aggressive, that's when you enter potentially a deflation marry situati -- deflation air ri index. >> it's still falling there. phillip, good to see you. chief economist at investech. i don't know if phillip was shopping this weekend, but they did in the u.s. they didn't spend as much. 141 million people shopped at least once. that's up from 139 million a year ago. the average person spent around $407. 4% less than the black friday weekend last year. total spending is expected to hit 57.4 billion over the four-day period down 2.8% from last year. they say discounts took a toll on sales and stores will continue to aggressively promote deals to entice budget contest and value focused
to do is channel that energy and imagination and the risk-taking and to engage that. i'm afraid in too many schools that there are -- they are replacing a challenging this with medication. and i think that the parents should get a second or third opinion before you put your child on the drug. there could be boys who need it. i don't want to be dead set against it or anything. and there are children who need it. but even the majority of psychiatrists agree that it is overprescribed and one psychologist recently wrote that if you want to reduce the amount of ritalin, offer more recess. because it's known that kids can find is not good for girls and undermine their effectiveness in the classroom and it is especially bad for boys. it's bad and i think that this kind of epidemic of the prescriptions is a symptom. >> host: have 15 minutes left with our guest christina hoff sommers. please go ahead. >> caller: it's great to have her on the program. let me also say, and i know you've had a lot of families, are you there? >> host: we are listening. please go ahead. >> caller: he has written a l
later arrested. >>> are green energy farms getting a free pass for killing bald and golden eagles? the obama administration is finalizing a rule that would not penalize wind farms for killing these birds for decades. this just weeks after a company paid out a million dollars for killing more than a dozen birds in wyoming after they were sucked into some giant wind turbines. >>> and call it the lazy boy for babies. just in time for christmas, fisher price unveiling this chair called the ipad activity seat. it let's you snap your ipad into that chair so that your baby can watch the screen. critics are outraged, saying too much screen time can be damaging to the brain development. and those are your headlines. >> just need a cup holder for the bottle and you'd have everything you need right there. >>> we saw from rick reichmuth as he was dangling off the side of the building, and by the way, he made it safely. it's a little breezy and wet. maria molina is on the streets of new york city. >> good morning. that's right. the rain has stopped here in new york city at the moment. but we d
an international whizz-kid, a top scientist at university and is the youngest member of the energy advisory panel. live from johannesburg, south africa. you were a tribal singer for nelson mandela in 2003. tell me, what exactly does that mean, and how did you get the gig? . >>. >> it was an incredible idea to be his singer. in 2003 when he came for the prize activing ceremony. >> you went on later after that to create a record. there our. after this moment you went to create a record-breaking rocket fuel. this kind of made you the poster child for south africa's education. the mandela family was quoted describing you as the face of the new south africa. what is the face of the young generation of post-apartheid south africa. >> i think the young face of this new south africa is a dynamic face. we don't - our revolution will not be a political one. our revolution will be a revolution driven by innovation and prosperity across all income levels in south africa. we are very dynamic generation. my story is like that of millions of south africans. >> you describe this challenge rising to the challenge
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